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How to Run a Meeting Like Google

Ask an average manager in Corporate America. What is the single most important thing you do at work? Chances are they'll say it's attending meetings.  What was your first reaction to this? Perhaps you recall the painful and unproductive meetings you've been in. Many people dread meetings. Is meetings really the necessary evil of organizational life? [Tweet "The greatest myth that exists about meeting is that they are inherently bad. - Patrick Lencioni"] Google's Chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt outlines 8 key principles on how meetings should work. If you've thought meeting was a great waste of time, here's a series of rules on how ...

Google Chairman’s Surprising Career Advice to Young Leaders

Over 2 million people apply each year at Google. Here's another way to look at it. It's almost ten times harder to get a job at Google than it is to get into Harvard. Nearly everyone wants to work for "Greatest Company in United States." Great Place to Work Institute and CareerBliss has consistently ranked Google as the top career destination for students, recent grads, and young professionals. In the last few weeks, I read "How Google Works" authored by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and former VP of Product Management Jonathan Rosenberg. They provide an insightful window into the inner workings of Google's organizational and leadership practices. ...